The large white spaces of this modern art gallery house changing exhibitions by international artists – Andy Goldsworthy had just...
Keski-Pori Church is a uniquely Finnish example of neo-Gothic with a cast-iron steeple and stained-glass windows. Over 400 Finns who...
Porin Kaupungin Vapaa-aikavirastosta
An ale-lovers’ paradise, this place has its own distillery and microbrewery. As well as selling its own beers, cider and whisky, there’s...
A little on the expensive side, but the location in the vaulted cellar of the town hall is atmospheric. The weekday buffet luncheon...
Lonely Planet review
This excellent museum is laid out with care and imagination over three floors, with the omni-present river and sea showing how water has shaped Pori’s history. There are some fascinating exhibits, from intact Viking skis to a display showing how a handbag’s contents have changed over the centuries. The upper floor explores regional customs and traditions by tracing a poignant journey from birth to death. Each floor has comprehensive English information in a box by the stairs.